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Mountaineers in the NFL: Week 4 Review

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Mark Glowinski (photo via colts.com)

Nine former WVU standouts saw playing time in NFL games this week. Here is a rundown of all the ex-Mountaineers currently on professional rosters and how they did this week:

MOUNTAINEERS IN THE NFL: WEEK 4

In Week 4 of the 2020 NFL Season, nine former Mountaineers saw action. Kyzir White led the Chargers in total tackles with eight in a loss to the Buccaneers. Quinton Spain helped his quarterback, Josh Allen, throw for 288 yards and two touchdowns in the Bills’ win over the Raiders.

Buffalo Bills (Bills 30, Raiders 23)
Quinton Spain – OG – 6th season – Saw action at guard on 32 offensive snaps and five special teams plays.

Carolina Panthers (Panthers 31, Cardinals 21)
Rasul Douglas – CB – 4th season – Started at cornerback and recorded five solo tackles. Saw action on all 57 defensive plays and eight special teams snaps.

Will Grier – QB – 2nd season – Active, but did not play.

Cleveland Browns (Browns 49, Cowboys 38)
Karl Joseph – S – 5th season – Started at strong safety and recorded six total tackles, with four being solo stops. Saw action on 73 defensive plays and three special teams snaps.

Dallas Cowboys (Cowboys 38, Browns 49)
Daryl Worley – CB – 5th season – Started at cornerback and recorded five solo tackles. Saw action on all 75 offensive plays, while also recording playing time on one special teams snap.

Indianapolis Colts (Colts 19, Bears 11)
Mark Glowinski – OG – 6th season – Started at right guard and saw action on all 72 offensive plays, while also recording playing time on five special teams snaps.

Las Vegas Raiders (Raiders 23, Bills 30)
Nick Kwiatkoski – LB – 5th season – Started at linebacker and recorded three total tackles, with two being solo stops. He saw action on 53 defensive plays and seven special teams snaps.

Los Angeles Chargers (Chargers 31, Buccaneers 38)
Kyzir White – LB – 3rd season – Started at linebacker and recorded eight total tackles, with six being solo stops. He saw action on all 76 defensive plays.

Miami Dolphins (Dolphins 23, Seahawks 31)
Adam Pankey – OT – 4th season – Not active

New England Patriots (Patriots 10, Chiefs 26)
Yodny Cajuste – OT – 2nd season – Placed on the non-football injury list by the Patriots.

New York Jets (Jets 28, Broncos 37)
Trevon Wesco – TE – 2nd season – Saw action on eight offensive plays, while also recording playing time on eight special teams snaps.

San Francisco 49ers (49ers 20, Eagles 25)
Colton McKivitz – OT – 1st season – Saw action on two special teams snaps.

Seattle Seahawks (Seahawks 31, Dolphins 23)
Bruce Irvin – LB – 9th season – He tore his ACL in week 2 against the Patriots and was placed on the injured reserve list by the Seahawks.

Geno Smith – QB – 8th season – Active, but did not play.

Tennessee Titans (Bye week)
David Long Jr. – LB – 2nd season – Bye week

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Tom has spent the last decade as a sports journalist based in West Virginia, most recently as the WVU beat writer for the Charleston Gazette-Mail and with previous stops at the Charleston Daily Mail, the (Fairmont) Times West Virginian and the Daily Independent in Ashland, Kentucky. He was born and raised in Cross Lanes, West Virginia -- where he currently resides -- and is a 2010 graduate of the W. Page Pitt School of Journalism and Mass Communications at Marshall University.

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